900 euros for the terrorist act that terrorized hundreds. After the evacuation of more than 300 passengers, the special unit GSG 9 overwhelmed the Algerian-born Frenchman. The consequence: 59 delayed, 11 cancelled and 19 diverted trains.
Mohammed T. (born on February 19, 1990 in the Algerian town of Ain Beida) had been caught fare evasion by the German Federal Police five times since May 22 alone. He has a long criminal record in France, including for receiving stolen goods, assault, burglary, fraud, embezzlement, damage to property and violation of the narcotics law (drug possession).
T. did not have valid papers with him when he was arrested, his passport and identity card in France have long since expired. In Germany, according to his own statements, he lives in a demolition house in Diepholz, Lower Saxony, from collecting bottles. In the interrogation, T. stated that he had been in psychological treatment in France since 2009 and had smoked cannabis for many years.
However, he was neither employed nor looking for a job and did not have “sufficient financial resources and the necessary health insurance”, according to an application by the Federal Police ( according to the tabloid BILD) for the “deprivation of the right to freedom of movement”, which was intended to lead to T.’s expulsion.
According to newspaper reports, the Federal Police responded without understanding, demanding deportation to France and charges of endangering the public peace, threatening and threatening to explode explosives.
By the way: T. declined the offer to be taken to the German-French border by the Federal Police. Instead, after the hearing on Friday, he said goodbye with the destination Diepholz, Berlin or Cologne “to the train station”. The next fare dodge announced: his found cash amounted to less than one euro.